Because I like to have my ego flattered here is new stuff for you
Two other useful cases
Let's start with a case called Norekin (associative), usually used to translate the preposition "with".
I introduce another word, lagun, which means friend (etymologically, it has the same root as lagundu, to help. Remember the Beatles'song, With a little help of my friends).
lagun lagunekin lagunarekin lagunekin
I go with my friend : Nire lagunarekin noa (nire = my)
Another case is called Nortaz (or zertaz, for zer is "what", and this case is mostly used with objects) and translates the instrumental.
I introduce another word, oin, foot
Oin oinez oinaz oinez
I go by foot : Oinez noa
Note : if the noun ends up with a vowel, only use for indefinite the ending "rekin" and "z" for both cases. Ex amona, grandmother = amonarekin --> with a grandmother. Kanta, song = Kantaz --> with, by a song.
It's time to introduce the word order in Basque. In an affirmative sentence, the world order is SOV. But, thanks to the cases, the order is flexible. The verb is quite always at the end, but what comes close to it is ranked more important.
Ex : Itsasora lagunekin oinez noa : I go the beach with friends by foot
Oinez lagunekin itsasora noa : I go to the beach
with friends by foot
Oinez itsasora lagunekin noa : I go to the beach with friends
Enough for today, but to leave you with some stuff to muse over, here are some transportation means:
Tren : I don't translate it...
Hegazkin : plane
Kotxe : car (auto and berebil also exist)
Autobus : Bus
Kamioi : lorry/truck
And more about the word friend : The neutral word for friend is adiskide (etymologically fellow (kide) of the same age (adinez)). You can find another funny word, motel, which is used in slang to say : man, my friend, amigo, etc...
Bai, motel, bai... yeah man yeah !